dumb college au where everyone has a crush on philip hamilton
george eacker is the teacher’s aide, and he hates his job. richard is a loud, frat boy. pip is double majoring, and he hates life and sleeps once every 3 days for 30 minutes but still manages to piss people off and dots all the i’s in his name with hearts. theo wants to study makeup but her dad’s making her hit the books. georges is awkward and beautiful and hits his head on doorways
alexander hamilton - hamilton, 3/14/2017, first national tour, san francisco.
joshua henry as aaron burr, michael luwoye as alexander hamilton, ruben j. carbajal as john laurens/philip hamilton, jordan donica as marquis de lafayette/thomas jefferson, mathenee treco as hercules mulligan/james madison, solea pfeiffer as eliza hamilton, isaiah johnson as george washington, emmy raver-lampman as angelica schuyler, amber iman as peggy schuyler/maria reynolds
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So I’ve been reading Burr’s private journal right, and like. The man won’t fucking stop complaining. He complains about everything! Stuff people make, his nose, the sheets, but the true gem i have found that i NEED to show is him literally going no homo.
“I have been amused for an hour with a very handsome young Dane. Don’t smile. It is a male!”
@emeraldcitycomicon was AMAZING this year and I’m ready to lie down and nap forever, but I figured I could share a couple of the Hamilton sketch commissions I did over the weekend first! You guys are the BEST. <3
Introverted Intuition (Ni): Burr
spends his entire life working toward finding the “right moment” to make his
dreams into a reality; he internalizes his goals and visions, marveling that Hamilton
can accomplish so much in such a short amount of time, since Burr spends so
much careful time and devotion crafting and perfecting his ideals, before
sharing them with others. Hamilton finds him lazy and ineffectual as a result,
since he doesn’t have much to show for his time.
Extroverted Thinking (Te): He’s
practical, pointing out flaws in Hamilton’s ideas, striving to bring his dream
into reality, in tangible ways. Burr wants to impact the world, to make a
difference, to leave his mark, to find power and do something good with it, to
run a good campaign… so much so, that his approach to politics is detached,
level-headed, careful, and strategic, leaving Hamilton assuming he has nothing
he stands for!
Introverted Feeling (Fi): It
isn’t true, Burr does have strong ideals, a sense of self, lines he will not
cross, and is offended that Hamilton treated their friendship so poorly as to
support Jefferson over him in the presidential campaign. Being accused of
having no moral fiber hits him hard enough to engage in a fatal duel, to defend
his honor – he can find no other way to defend such wrong allegations, and
defends his actions with the facts (he wore his glasses, he intended not to
miss! – Te).
Extroverted Sensing (Se): Burr
cannot act in the moment – and when he does so, Hamilton winds up dead. He
envies his friend’s ability to react quickly, to leap into action, while simultaneously
finding it reckless. He gambles, literally, with his life and career in
fighting an ill-advised duel.